Letter - Where was ice from Ice Age?E-mails leaked a draft of the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, revealing evidence of 20 years of overestimation of global warming data.
To the editor:
E-mails leaked a draft of the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, revealing evidence of 20 years of overestimation of global warming data.
UK Daily Mail article on a well documented tree ring study: The Earth was warmer in medieval times 2,000 years ago. Romans grew grapes in Northern England. This was also brought out by a tree ring study in the U.S.
In the 10th and 11th centuries, the Norse were farming in Greenland and Iceland. Where was the ice from the Ice Age?
Of the 30,000 scientists on the petition that questioned the “methodology and conclusions” of manmade global warming, 9,200 are PHDs (30.7 percent), 3,803 are in the fields of atmosphere, earth and environment (12.7 percent).
Other well-known PhDs in the field that have several books and articles on the subject are Roy Spencer, Fred Singer and Craig Idso. One may read the Singer and Idso book, Climate Change Reconsidered, which has the list of the petition signers, as well as a list of articles and documents; many of them contributed.
Manmade global warming is based a lot on computer models. Computer models predicted the worst hurricane season ever for the last cycle. This prediction was not accurate.
Could it be that climate is cyclical? The Ice Age was centuries ago, followed by warming, followed by the mini-ice age that came about the time the Vikings were forced to quit farming in Greenland and find a warmer place to grow their crops. We had the Dust Bowl in the 1930s. One of the worst hurricanes in New England history was in 1938.
All this and more can be found in books, on the Internet, etc. Maybe that’s why not everyone is not yet into the idea of manmade global warming.